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More leaders were appointed in ‘Justice For All’ movement

April 12, 2014 , Jose Pinto Stephen

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More leaders were appointed into the Leadership team of the JFA, the prestigious human rights organization based in New Jersey. Varghese Mathew will be the new Director of the Advisory Board and Attorney Jacob Kallupura will be the new Legal Advisor of JFA. Both positions are voluntary positions. These appointments were officiated and announced by Thomas Koovalloor, the Chairman of Justice For All.

Justice For All is a New Jersey based Human Rights Organization aiming and functioning for a Just World where all men and women are treated equal and given respect and dignity irrespective of their cultural, national, religious or political differences. Justice For All wants to be the ‘ Voice of the Voiceless’ in our current world. Though it is a fairly new organization, JFA has succeeded to bring some positive changes in our society.

As per Thomas Koovalloor, these two appointments will change the structure of JFA and make it more professional in it’s operations. Both these two leaders are capable to lead JFA in the days to come. They will join hands with the existing officials of JFA and make contributions from now onwards.

Varghese Mathew, former president of Kerala Samajam of Staten Island, is currently serving as the Director of Purchasing Building Service 32 BJ Funds. Jacob Kallupura is a practicing attorney and serving as a Compliance Officer at Sallie Mae and Compliance Officer at Bank of New York Mello.

To know more about Justice For All, Please visit www.jfaamerica.com


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